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Budweiser's Made in America Festival heads to Los Angeles

L.A. is getting its own version of the Philadelphia-born music festival.

Budweiser’s Made in America Festival heads to Los Angeles

"It´s such an iconic city. It´s time, and I have a long relationship and love affair with the City of Philadelphia," said Jay-Z in 2012 when first announcing the annual festival.
"It's such an iconic city. It's time, and I have a long relationship and love affair with the City of Philadelphia," said Jay-Z in 2012 when first announcing the annual festival.

The rumors are true!

On Wednesday, April 16 in Los Angeles, Jay Z, alongside L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti, announced that the Budweiser Made in America Festival will not only take place in Philadelphia this year, but in Los Angeles as well.

L.A. will get its own version of the music festival during Labor Day weekend, August 30 and 31, in Grand Park. Philadelphia's will take place on the same dates.

The lineup for both location's is forthcoming. Early-bird tickets for both events are on sale now.

Check out Philly.com's converage of last year's festival.

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